In Mending a Wall We Drive a Wedge

In Robert Frost’s “Mending Wall,” he uses philosophical ponderings and a common man’s language as tones in order to understand why the neighbor believes so firmly that “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors.” He shows his lack of understanding of the neighbor’s point of view, but also shows how he questions it and wants to understand … Continue reading In Mending a Wall We Drive a Wedge